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Cunningham's Recent Work: Does It Tell a Story?
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written by Joan Acocella, 1945-; edited by Muriel Topaz, 1932-2003, Robert P. Cohan, fl. 1997 and David Vaughan, 1924-2017; in Merce Cunningham: Creative Elements, Choreography and Dance Studies Series (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 1997), 2-14
Merce Cunningham reached the age of 75 in 1994, an age at which many creative artists are content to rest on their laurels, or at least to leave behind whatever controversies they may have caused during their careers. Not so Cunningham. In the first place, his 70s have been a time of intense creativity in which he...
written by Joan Acocella, 1945-; edited by Muriel Topaz, 1932-2003, Robert P. Cohan, fl. 1997 and David Vaughan, 1924-2017; in Merce Cunningham: Creative Elements, Choreography and Dance Studies Series (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 1997), 2-14
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Bausch’s inferno
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written by Joan Acocella, 1945-; in The Pina Bausch Sourcebook: The Making of Tanztheater (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 1992), 212-216
Pina Bausch's work has had tremendous impact across the spectrum of late twentieth-century performance practice, helping to redefine the possibilities of what both dance and theater can be. This edited collection presents a compendium of source material and contextual essays that examine Pina Bausch's history, pra...
written by Joan Acocella, 1945-; in The Pina Bausch Sourcebook: The Making of Tanztheater (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 1992), 212-216
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MARK MORRIS
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written by Joan Acocella, 1945-; in Fifty Contemporary Choreographers: 2nd EditionFifty Contemporary Choreographers: 2nd Edition (Second Edition), Routledge Key Guides (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2011, originally published 1999), 276-283
A unique and authoritative guide to the lives and work of prominent living contemporary choreographers. Representing a wide range of dance genres, each entry locates the individual in the context of modern dance theatre and explores their impact. Those studied include: Jerome Bel; Richard Alston; Doug Varone; Will...
written by Joan Acocella, 1945-; in Fifty Contemporary Choreographers: 2nd EditionFifty Contemporary Choreographers: 2nd Edition (Second Edition), Routledge Key Guides (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2011, originally published 1999), 276-283
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